PRLog - Oct. 30, 2012 - RALEIGH, N.C. -- (Raleigh, NC) – In 1949, Time magazine named modern master Richard Neutra (http://www.trianglemodernisthouses.com/
Dion’s lecture is the second half of Triangle Modernist Houses (http://www.trianglemodernisthouses.com)’
A partner in his father’s firm, Dion will share his personal and professional views of the sensitivity to the relationship of man and nature that he and his father called bio-realism.
“The Neutras sounded the environmental alarm in the 1950s many years before ecology, Green architecture, and Sustainable Design became buzz words for politicians and recently concerned organizations,”
Charlotte landscape architect Ted Cleary will introduce Dion Neutra before his Raleigh lecture.
Advance tickets to the lectures are $12.50. Tickets per lecture at the door are $15. $5 for NCSU students and faculty with identification will be admitted for $5.
To purchase advance tickets and for more information, go to www.trianglemodernisthouses.com/
The AIANC Center for Architecture & Design is located at 14 East Peace Street, Raleigh, NC 27604. For directions: www.cfadnc.org.
For more information on Triangle Modernist Houses, visit www.trianglemodernisthouses.com.
About Richard Neutra: In 1929, Viennese-born architect Richard Neutra rose to prominence with his visionary design of the Lovell “Health House" in Los Angeles. In 1932, Neutra was included in the seminal MoMA (http://en.wikipedia.org/
About Triangle Modernist Houses: Triangle Modernist Houses (TMH) is a 501C3 nonprofit established in 2007 dedicated to documenting, preserving and promoting modernist architecture in the Triangle region. The award-winning website, now the largest educational and historical archive for modernist residential design in America, continues to catalog, preserve, and advocate for North Carolina modernism. TMH also hosts popular modernist house tours several times a year, giving the public access to the Triangle's most exciting residential architecture, past and present. These tours raise awareness and help preserve these "livable works of art" for future generations. Visit the website at www.trianglemodernisthouses.com. TMH also has an active community on Facebook.